2005: Granted a sixth year of eligibility...Missed the entire season after a second knee surgery...Named to the fall and spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Rolls.
2004: Appeared in 30 matches and 103 games for the Bears with 29 starts as a junior...Missed the Centenary (9/11) match to rest her knee, which was surgically repaired in 2003...Led the team, ranked fourth in the Big 12 Conference and 18th nationally with 1.56 blocks per game...Recorded three double-digit kill, three double-digit block and two double-digit dig matches for the season...Had at least one block in all 30 matches in which she played and had at least five blocks in 15 matches...Registered a career-high 13 kills on two occasions, first against Oklahoma (9/22) and in a 3-1 victory over No. 24 Kansas (10/2)...Also added 10.0 blocks against the Jayhawks for her first career double-double...Posted career highs in assists (8) and digs (13) against Iowa State (11/6)...Recorded a career-high 11.0 blocks against No. 4 Nebraska (10/23)...Earned Academic All-Big 12 second team honors and was named to the fall and spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Rolls.
2003: Missed the entire season after knee surgery.
2000-2002 (Mackenzie): Transferred to Baylor from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie in Sao Paulo, Brazil...Played four years for E.C. Pinheiros, reaching the Brazilian Championship (second place)...Studied psychology.
High School: Attended Colegio Pauliceia in Sao Paulo, Brazil...Danced classic ballet, jazz and flamenco dancing for nine years...Graduated in 2000.
Personal: Full name is Adeline Torres Meira...Born Nov. 28, 1983, in Sao Paulo, Brazil...Daughter of Amauri Meira and Edith Ribeiro...Has a half-brother, Fernando Garcia Torres Meira (32)...Chose Baylor over Auburn...Earned her bachelor's degree in graphic design from Baylor in August 2006...Currently working toward her master's degree in sports pedagogy.